The Function of Hormones in the Development of Adipose Tissue. (Part-2)

The thyroid gland produces hormones that regulate metabolism. Weight and fat distribution can be affected by thyroid imbalances like hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism.

Stress causes adrenal glands to release these chemicals. They help mobilize energy for "fight or flight" action. Chronic stress may cause belly fat buildup, while acute stress releases catecholamines and increases energy expenditure.

Poor food, inactivity, and lifestyle can cause hormonal imbalances that cause belly fat.

Hormonal responses and fat distribution are influenced by genetics.

Aging hormones like estrogen in women and testosterone in males can affect fat distribution, particularly abdominal fat.

Poor sleep can disturb hormone balance, affecting appetite-regulating hormones and causing weight gain, particularly belly fat.

Chronic inflammation can affect hormonal balance and metabolism, causing belly obesity.

It's important to note that hormonal regulation is a complex and interconnected process.

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